A robust collection of magazines sends visitors a dual message: that you’re well read and that you have total confidence in the load-bearing properties of your coffee table. Stay in the know while vouching for your furniture with today’s Groupon. For $10, you get a one-year subscription (six issues) to Nebraska Life (a $21 value). Covering everything from the bustling streets of Omaha to the open expanses of the Panhandle, Nebraska Life takes an all-encompassing look at the state that's as easy to love as it is hard to drive through—with detailed stories and colorful photos illuminating all its exciting outdoor activities, relaxing recreation, events, cuisine, and lifestyles. Writers from across the state contribute to each issue, entertaining readers with engaging stories like Murder in the Sandhills—which covers the 70-year-old unsolved murders of a Boone County Sheriff and constable—or warming winter-chilled hearts with anecdotes of the neighborly virtues embodied by the sparsely populated Arthur County. Between its full-color covers, corn-husker connoisseurs will also find profiles on Nebraska's outstanding people, thriving vineyards, local sporting events, community festivals, and fashion-conscious wildlife. Nebraska Life is family-owned and run out of a storefront in Norfolk, where visitors are always welcome to stop by and chat so long as they refrain from yelling "Stop the presses!"
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From their storefront offices in downtown Norfolk, the independent staffers at Nebraska Life Magazine compile bimonthly issues exploring the history and culture of the Cornhusker State. Penned entirely by in-state writers, articles run the gamut from features such as 2005’s “Murder in the Sandhills”—an investigation of the 70-year-old cold case murders of a Boone County sheriff and constable—to an annual guide to Nebraska's higher education. Writers also entice with coverage of sightseeing hot spots, exploring lush local wineries, Grand Island’s resident ghosts, and the quiet beauty of the Platte River and its whispering fish.